Princeton's Exile of Dinky Train Riles Locals

Dec. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Princeton University closed the terminal for the Dinky train and moved it 1,200 feet south to make room for an arts center. At least six lawsuits or legal petitions have been filed by Princeton, New Jersey, residents and others seeking to stop the move, according to lawyer Bruce Afran. Since 1865, the two-car train has been residents' New York connection, its station a landmark amid Princeton University's Gothic towers. (Source: Bloomberg)

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29:22 - UBS Asset Management Head of APAC Fixed Income and Managing Director Anne Anderson weighs in on the market impact from the French election. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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